With the end of the financial year fast approaching, now is a good time to plan for your document and media security programs for the year ending June 30. SDDC has been helping businesses, councils and government organisations in Sydney protect their client's security and privacy for many years.
Whilst pick up and shred services are very popular with businesses who follow privacy laws by having old documents and media drives destroyed, some businesses have policies which restrict them from having documents and hard drives taken off their site. This is where mobile shredding services can be very helpful. For those businesses and departments that have to follow strict document destruction rules, using mobile shredding allows them to witness documents being destroyed on their own premises. By using a AAA certified company, an organisation can receive a certificate of destruction, abide by the new Privacy Laws, and sign off as a witness to the document destruction.
As Privacy Laws and company regulations force businesses and government departments to follow specific document security protocols, mobile shredding services provide a 'one stop shop' that protect the business whilst ensuring that no documents or data can travel off-site.
When choosing a company to provide mobile shredding services, make sure that you ask these questions of a potential provider:
Do you provide certificate of destruction after the mobile shredding has completed?
Are you a AAA rated document shredding company?
Are all your drivers and staff security cleared?
Can we witness the destruction process via closed circuit TV?
If you are not sure of which company to use or have questions about a potential supplier you are not sure about, you are welcome to contact SDDC for the answers.